This homemade antipasto box consists of Mezzo’s most popular appetizers. It includes marinated vegetables like marinated roasted sweet peppers, artichokes, mushrooms and grilled eggplant, stuffed fried olives, prosciutto, soppressata, parmesan & asiago cheese, crostini & caprese salad
Create your box, choose one of the following from each section, one choice per section only.
Dinner box comes with:
Fresh ciabatta bread and mezzo garlic butter
Chicken or Veal parmesan, chicken or veal in a wild mushroom cream sauce or wild mushroom lemon sauce
CHOICE OF: Green or Caesar salad
CHOICE OF: Penne in a meat, tomato or blush sauce
CHOICE OF: Tiramisu or cheesecake
VEGAN BOX INCLUDES:
Penne tomato basil
Mixed green salad
SEAFOOD BOX INCLUDES:
Grilled Cajun spiced salmon topped with mango chutney
Sautéed rapini with onions and peppers
Tagliatelle noodles with shrimp, scallops, mussels and calamari in a fresh tomato and white wine sauce
Mixed green salad
In the ongoing efforts to quell the spread of COVID-19, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers has partnered with Mezzo Ristorante to feed frontline health care workers at hospitals throughout southwestern Ontario.
An agreement reached Tuesday will deliver individually prepared and packaged meals to six locations, including five hospitals in Windsor, Essex County and Chatham-Kent. Hospitals include Windsor Regional Hospital campuses, Hotel Dieu Grace Healthcare, Erie Shoes Healthcare in Leamington and Chatham-Kent Health Alliance.
Food will also be provided to hotel rooms where health care workers are living throughout their two-week quarantine.
“At the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, we are committed to the people in the community, and especially to the essential workers,” said Karl Lovett, CEO at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. “IBEW respects what the men and women are doing in our hospitals, every person from reception and maintenance to nurses, doctors and security.”
The partnership is expected to help feed 5,000 frontline staff in Windsor, Leamington and Chatham-Kent over a three-week period. Mezzo owners Filip Rocca and Darcy King immediately jumped at the opportunity to help healthcare workers, who are working tirelessly to support their communities. “They’re putting their own lives at risk to help manage this epidemic and protect us all. That’s something that needs to be supported in every way we can,” said Rocca.
Meals will be delivered over a three-week period to the six locations throughout the region. Several companies came together to support the project, including owners at Mor Gro Farms, who donated tomatoes and cucumbers to help make the salads. Mezzo’s staff will be preparing a variety of sandwiches and pastas.
To ensure the food is delivered safely, two packing companies offered their support. Owners at Champion Packaging is providing containers to individually package the food for health care workers, while Post Packaging of Windsor donated the shipping boxes used to take the food containers to each location.
Mezzo donated $1 from every meal to the Downtown Mission
Mezzo Ristorante is expected to help feed 5,000 frontline hospital staff in Windsor, Leamington, and Chatham-Kent over the next three weeks.
"A Windsor Italian restaurant has delivered more than 800 free meals to health-care workers"
Staff with Mezzo Ristorante and volunteers from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 773 in Windsor have been working every day for more than a week, preparing and packaging meals for health-care workers across the region.